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Presentation in GNOME Asia 2015 which focus in the topic of "In Memory Computing" with the tittle An Overview, Maximize the Ability of The GNU/LINUX Operating System using In Memory Computation for Academic, Business and Government.
This paper are mainly focus in moving the root file system from storage device into memory (RAM) device, minimizing bottleneck and maximizing performance, benchmarking and a little snippet script how to do that.

Presentation in GNOME Asia 2015 which focus in the topic of "In Memory Computing" with the tittle An Overview, Maximize the Ability of The GNU/LINUX Operating System using In Memory Computation for Academic, Business and Government.
This paper are mainly focus in moving the root file system from storage device into memory (RAM) device, minimizing bottleneck and maximizing performance, benchmarking and a little snippet script how to do that.

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Final presentasi gnome asia

  1. 1. An Overview, Maximize The Ability of The GNU/Linux Operating System Using "In Memory Computation" for Academic, Business and Government Anton Siswo Raharjo Ansori
  2. 2. A little of Myself Member of KLAS (Komunitas Linux Arek Suroboyo) 2008 - Now Lecturer at Telkom University March, 2015 Born : May, 11th 1987 Live in Bandung, Come from Pasuruan Mobile Number : +6282233932728 Email : raharjo@telkomuniversity.ac.id masgandhul@gmail.com
  3. 3. Who had done it Using application which whole processing is in memory Using General OS More and More Company Image from http://www.welltech.in.ua/images/Linux_Family.jpg
  4. 4. Who had done it
  5. 5. Who had done it
  6. 6. Who had done it
  7. 7. Who had done it
  8. 8. Example
  9. 9. Let's talk about In Memory Computing What is it? Why we need it? Where it can be applied? Cost reduction and calculation Computer Component Network Topology with and Without HDD How we build it What next research Technical Specs Benchmarking Live and Video Demo
  10. 10. What is In Memory Computing
  11. 11. What is In Memory Computing Whole OS in Memory
  12. 12. What is In Memory Computing All OS Processes
  13. 13. What is In Memory Computing Critical Process Only
  14. 14. What is In Memory Computing Become Storage as HDD
  15. 15. What is In Memory Computing Whole OS in Memory All OS Processes Critical Process Only Become Storage as HDD OR
  16. 16. What is In Memory Computing Put simply, in-memory computing primarily relies on keeping data in a server's RAM as a means of processing at faster speeds. In-memory computing especially applies to processing problems that require extensive access to data–analytics, reporting or data warehousing, and big data applications. -- IBM --
  17. 17. Put it Simply
  18. 18. Put it Simply Whole OS in Memory
  19. 19. Put it Simply Whole OS in Memory
  20. 20. Put it Simply Intention? Whole OS in Memory
  21. 21. Put it Simply Get the maximum performance with the minimum bottleneck Intention? Whole OS in Memory
  22. 22. CONS of In Memory Computing (1) At this moment: ● Not yet implemented Data Sync between “HOST” and “In Memory” computer ● Temporary file system – data loss at electricity failure –
  23. 23. CONS of In Memory Computing (2) ● Limited Disk at max memory capacity in 16GB for single Notebook ● Mounting local disk manually
  24. 24. Why we need it ● Better, faster, decision making. This includes the ability to reduce cost, identify competitive opportunities, grow revenue, become more efficient and reduce risk. -- IBM -- ● General and Specific Purposes ● System for Realtime processing
  25. 25. Why we need it Green Technology Easier Maintenance Less Electricity, Less temperature Minimum Drive and OS Error
  26. 26. Areas which need the most Bottleneck of Storage, Memory and Processor in : – Computing – Intensive tasks – Databases
  27. 27. Where it can be applied Academic
  28. 28. Where it can be applied Business
  29. 29. Where it can be applied Government
  30. 30. Where it can be applied Software Developer
  31. 31. Where it can be applied Academic Business Government Software Developer Business
  32. 32. More specific purposes ● In daily activity ● In research for HPC areas ● Lower cost and greener Labs ● In Public computer at campus
  33. 33. More specific purposes ● For business which need realtime processing ● For handling big data processing ● Using in memory computing to minimize hardware maintenance and cost reduction
  34. 34. More specific purposes ● Faster compiling ● Testing system ● Developing ● Benchmarking
  35. 35. Common Computer Component
  36. 36. Common Computer Network Topology with HDD Computer Computer Computer Computer
  37. 37. Common Computer Network Topology with HDD Computer switch Computer Computer Computer
  38. 38. Common Computer Network Topology with HDD switch Server Server Server
  39. 39. Common Computer Network Topology with HDD Computer switch Server Computer Computer Computer Server Server
  40. 40. Proposed Computer Network Topology For Non Storage Drive
  41. 41. Computer Computer Computer Computer
  42. 42. Computer Computer Computer Computer switch
  43. 43. Computer Server For Non-Storage Client Computer Computer Computer switch
  44. 44. Computer switch Server For Non-Storage Client Computer Computer Computer switch
  45. 45. Computer switch Server For Non-Storage Client Computer Computer Computer Server Web Server Datacenter switch
  46. 46. What next is Benchmarking
  47. 47. Phoronix Benchmarking Disk Suite Processor Suite Memory Suite
  48. 48. Benchmarking MemoryHDD
  49. 49. Benchmarking SQLite Fail HDD Memory
  50. 50. Benchmarking MemoryHDD
  51. 51. In Memory side - Failure
  52. 52. Benchmarking HDD
  53. 53. Benchmarking Memory Suite in HDD and Memory Suite in Memory
  54. 54. Benchmarking MemoryHDD
  55. 55. Processor Benchmarking Memory HDD
  56. 56. How we build it Linux In Memory Computing
  57. 57. How we build it Install
  58. 58. How we build it Load Linux to Memory at Start Up
  59. 59. How we build it When Finish, Your Linux at Your RAM
  60. 60. How we build it
  61. 61. Let's demo It Building in GNU/Linux OS
  62. 62. Let's demo It Transfer session at boot up cost up to 10 minutes for 5.3 GB
  63. 63. Let's demo It Proof of “In Memory Computing”
  64. 64. We are Searching for Partnership Research Project and Collaboration
  65. 65. Tribute to: ● KLAS (Komunitas Linux Arek Suroboyo) – klas.or.id ● Tel-U (Telkom University) – telkomuniversity.ac.id ● Free and Open Source Licence image ● Gnome Asia Summit 2015 ● Everyone who cannot be written their name in here
  66. 66. Sayonara.... Thank You.... Terima Kasih.... Question Answer and Improvement Sections

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